NEWS AND EVENTS
21st Annual Conference for Professional Development: "Together Towards Tomorrow"- postponed until 2021
Details coming soon!
NATI Update- 11/11/2020
We are pleased to announce our newest member to the Board of Directors, Victor Garcia. You can go to our "About" section to read his bio and get to know him.
We still have 3 vacancies on our Board and are taking nominations. Please send an email to email@example.com and we will share the form with you to complete and return.
Links to Covid-19 resources:
Survey for Community Needs- in English, Spanish, Somali, and Vietnamese: https://cip-dhhs.ne.gov/redcap/surveys/index.php?s=LJLLD49YXD&fbclid=IwAR3uoQSG6PEovy-J40kQmPkqn7XaIShZB9Ik8wmD6oZ0v80yzRj6t00nvek
Link to educational videos on COVID-19 from Governor’s office on ten ways to stay healthy and keep your family healthy during the pandemic and tips on what to do if you or family members become ill or have been exposed to the virus – available in Spanish, Arabic, Karen, Somali, Nepalese, and French https://www.youtube.com/cha…/UCcDw3_CGhTVcVtxoGKRkjlQ/videos
ONLINE Training Opportunities:
Dates: December 3rd and 4th.
The theme of the conference is the evolution of the interpreting and translation profession during the pandemic and the possible changes to come after the election.
CEAP accredited the conference for 6 CE hours. CCHI Executive Director Natalya Mytareva will present on "National EtoE Study: Preliminary Results."
Cost: $65 (if you do not need CEs - $30) "
Nebraska Court Interpreter Certification
**Pursuant to Nebraska Supreme Court rule, court interpreters must have no past felony convictions or pending felony criminal charges. In addition, in the preceding 5 years had no misdemeanor convictions or pending charges manifesting a significant deficiency in honesty, trustworthiness, diligence, or reliability. Disposition of any felony charges less than 5 years in the past other than by acquittal or dismissal (e.g., pretrial diversion) shall be the basis for denial of certification. Disposition of misdemeanor charges manifesting a significant deficiency in honesty, trustworthiness, diligence, or reliability less than 5 years in the past other than by acquittal or dismissal (e.g., pretrial diversion) may also preclude work as a court interpreter in this state. If you have questions regarding your qualification to work as a Nebraska court interpreter, please contact Jennifer Verhein at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Rules on Interpreters per the Nebraska Supreme Court have been amended. Please click on the following hyperlink to download the PowerPoint to view these amendments. Amendments_to_NSC_Interp_Rules_12-2018
If you have any questions please reach out to Nebraska Supreme Court Language Access Department, or the Statewide Language Access Coordinator Jennifer Verhein email@example.com .
Iowa Court Interpreter Certification
Dates have been set for the Iowa Court Interpreter orientation workshop, written exam, and oral exam. Please visit the website for more information and registration forms.
Check out our Facebook page where you can find links to other training opportunities and news related to the profession: https://www.facebook.com/natihq/